At the corner of Union Street on Chapman Avenue, Nancy Howard's mural captures the mill landscape of Easthampton.
Located at the corner of Pine and Cottage Streets, this colorful mural envisions the Nashawannuck pond wildlife.
ECA+'s first mural project is located next to a central parking lot in the Cottage Street Cultural District. This highly photographed mural is a placemaking visual that exemplifies the cultural scene of Easthampton.
Sitting under the portico of old Town Hall at the entry of ECA+ gallery is a colorful artist bear. Donated to ECA+ by Keven Maloney.
Dia Del Oso Muerto
Lyell Castonguay and Carand Burnet
In Pulaski Park at the central rotary in Easthampton, is the brightly colored and detailed bear from the 2012 Bear Fest signifying Day of the Dead. Donated to ECA+ by Keven Maloney.
A summer-long fiberglass sculptural festival that included artists, schools, businesses and the community, the 2nd Bear Fest was hit for vistors. read more
A summer-long fiberglass sculptural festival that included artists, schools, businesses and the community, the first Bear Fest put Easthampton on the map as a family-friendly cultural destination. read more
Non-ECA+ Public Art
There is a strong history of community members, organizations, and groups creating public art in downtown venues.
These Public art works further our community's dedication to placemaking through creativity.
Nora Valdez and Community Members
Capturing Easthampton's people and places a the turn of the 21st century, artist Nora Valdez's mural is located behind the historic railroad depot on the Manhan Rail Trail. read more
Trash Receptacles and Benches
A sculpture located at the corner of the Manhan Rail Trail, Union and Railraod Streets is filled with a variety of contemporary sculptures commissioned by The Williston Northampton School.
Cottage Street Mural
Located on the side of 42 Cottage Street, a 9-foot mural was commissioned by Cottage Street Stations of an historic scene of Cottage Street.
Little Free Library
Bruce Simonds built and donated his “Little Free Library” to the Manhan Rail Trail at the Union Street kiosk in 2012. The community takes and replinishes books. read more